The skate park is located in Discovery Park at 3701 Johnson St. (W. 38th and Kipling) in Wheat Ridge. Hours are 8 a.m. to sundown. The new state-of-the-art skate park is built on a hill and includes a street course and concrete bowl area with steel and pool coping. The 14,000 square foot skate park was designed and built by Team Pain.
The skate park rules and regulations are as follows:
USE OF THIS FACILITY IS AT YOUR OWN RISK - know your abilities! Be under control at all times. Share the park with others and avoid conflict.
Use of safety equipment such as helmets, gloves, knee and elbow pads, wrist supports and proper shoes is recommended.
All users are responsible for providing their own skateboard, skates and equipment and for ensuring that they are maintained in good working order.
Use caution. Do not use the park in adverse weather conditions. Snow and ice will not be removed by the City.
Hours of permitted use are from 8 a.m. to sundown. It shall be unlawful for any person to enter or remain on the premises outside the hours posted.
The City of Wheat Ridge Parks and Recreation Department reserves the right to revoke use of the facility privileges for individuals who are rowdy or do not obey the rules.
Do not proceed down a ramp until clear of other skaters.
Skating is allowed only in authorized areas.
Spectators should watch from outside the skating area.
Pets must be kept outside the skate park, on a leash and attended.
Wheat Ridge Parks and Recreation offers skate camps by SkateStartTM. Registration information can be found in the current Activity Guide at Recreation Activities Guides.
Skate Park at Discovery Park
3701 Johnson St. (W. 38th and Kipling)
Wheat Ridge, CO 80033
THE FOLLOWING ARE PROHIBITED IN THE SKATE PARK
Bikes with Metal Pegs, Waxing Makeshift Items, Modifications to Park Features, Motorized Vehicles/Equipment, Glass Containers, Amplified Music, Alcoholic Beverages, Drugs, Tobacco Products, Firearms, Fireworks, Vandalism, Unruly, Unsafe or Unlawful Behavior, Graffiti, Profanity, Recklessness and Rowdy Behavior